Originally posted on MarlinsBaseball.com  |  Last updated 5/15/13
The Miami Marlins put together eleven hits on Wednesday but couldn’t score one run as they were shut out 4-0 by Mike Leake and the Cincinnati Reds.  With a run coming in the first inning, Miami trailed all game to fall to 11-29 on the year.   The Marlins continue to stay on a pace that could come close to the worst record in MLB history. Alex Sanabia looked like he may not make it past the fourth inning early on but the youngster battled for six innings of work on a night the Marlins needed innings from their starter.   Sanabia allowed four runs on nine hits during his time on the mound which also featured three walks and three strikeouts.   Tagged with the loss, Sanabia is now 2-6 this year with an E.R.A at an even 5.00.   Ryan Webb, Chad Qualls, and Mike Dunn also saw time on the mound in the game. Except for Derek Dietrich’s second double of the year, the Marlins hit a bunch of singles.    As a team, they were 1-10 with runners in scoring position and left twelve on base.  The opportunities were there but Miami was unable to bring an even one run in.    Two hit games were picked up by Dietrich, Greg Dobbs, and Rob Brantly. Miami will try once more to beat the Reds on Thursday with Jose Fernandez scheduled to make the start.
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